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After Narlai we headed to Rohet which is in a much drier, more desert-like part of Rajasthan, and as such is much less densely populated. This time our group was split between 2 properties owned by the same family: Manjeet and Georgie were in Rohet, the family home for the last 400 years or so, a colonial-style property full of photos and memorabilia from previous generations; and the Wickens' were in Mirh Garh, a ...
... 2 schools Toured a Hospital Visited a Sikh Temple (called Fatehgarh sahib) we were given orange head and neck scarves to signify that we were guests of the highest honor Visited Mata Gujri College and interacted with MBA students Visited Muslim Mosque and more Sikh temples Visited the Golden Temple attended a wedding So, we've been really ...
... him and he requested that we send it to him when we have the photo printed out. Throughout our trip, Adam has been handing out money here and there (a rupee now and then) to beggars. While we chatted with our newfound friend, Adam gave an older woman a rupee while we stood and talked with our new friend. In a moment, we were encircled by a few children. They followed and stayed with us for a while. They kept ...
... centuries old mixture the locals use to ward off termites happens to be that very colour. Whatever the truth may be, the city is as picturesque and pretty as any other i've seen in india. It reminds me of Edinburgh because the focal point of the town is the giant fortification which is founded upon a giant rock which juts up high above the surrounding area. I spent a whole morning and afternoon exploring the fort, strolling across ...
... sharing space with a continuous stream of biciclists, rickshaw drivers, cows and pedestrians. We passed through a market that offered everything - tailoring, food, piles of clothes - arranged in a completely random and yet organized way. We eventually found ourselves on the textile road so Erin could shop for a traditional outfit called a salwar kameez, a coordinated ...